The offers keep pouring in for Glendale (Ariz.) Cactus offensive tackle Ryan Nowicki and Boise State is the latest major program to get involved.
The Broncos offered the 6-foot-5, 272-pound three-star prospect earlier this week and since Nowicki has been talking to Boise State's coaching staff since the beginning of the season he's definitely interested.
"I've been talking to them since the beginning of the year pretty much," Nowicki said. "I've been talking to them the whole year.
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"I know I'm interested in them big time. They're a good program and it seems like it's really family-oriented. I've talked to the coaches and I like them, too. So far, I like the feel of it."
It's been a methodical process but now Nowicki has some major offers and some tough decisions to make down the road.
He said within the next couple weeks he'll have his list narrowed down to a more manageable level and will start scheduling official visits. Nowicki didn't hint at any schools that lead for him or where he plans to schedule some official trips.
"I know within a couple weeks I should have my list narrowed down and I'm going to be setting up official visits soon, too," he said.
Arizona, Arizona State, Colorado State, Duke, Idaho, Illinois, New Mexico, New Mexico State, Northern Arizona, Oregon State, San Diego State, Syracuse, UNLV, Utah, Washington and Washington State have offered Nowicki, rated as the No. 34 offensive tackle nationally and No. 10 in the Arizona state rankings by Rivals.com.
USC just received Nowicki's new film and the Trojans have been involved for some time but have not offered yet. That is pretty much the only major school still showing interest that has not given Nowicki an offer.